use podiatrist in a sentence.
I can't tell if you're joking or not, but a podiatrist does have to go to medical school.
I will see if there is any good podiatrist where I live (I highly doubt), but thanks for your suggestion, I appreciate it.
I thought the post was going to be about how start up founders are like moths and how most investors are podiatrists with a light on.
I'd recommend seeing a podiatrist anyway.
The shop then referred me to a podiatrist and switched my corrective shoes for a neutral pair, with insoles from the podiatrist.
Any of the medical careers, from nursing to MD to podiatrist to dentist.
For instance, a podiatrist I know charges $350 to the insurance company (which shows this as the discounted, negotiated rate) but $150 cash to remove an ingrown toenail.
If you ride the subway in NYC, you'll see plenty of ads for podiatrists typically featuring an unhappy looking woman (call 1-800-???
If I had a dollar for every time a dermatologist or podiatrist tried to be 'helpful' on an emergency scene...
Unlike a podiatrist, a dermatologist went to medical school.
Yeah, the podiatrist comment was a bit tongue-in-cheek.
We need to change all parts of the system:For most situations most doctors are over-educated: why should a podiatrist require 8 years of schooling to remove bunions or do surgery on an ingrown toenail?